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Utility Innovation and Business Sustainability: Trends Impacting Utility Business Models

24 October 2019
Analyst Presentation

Bluefield President, Reese Tisdale, presented at the Utility Innovation Challenge Series hosted by Arcadis and The Great Lakes Water Authority in Detroit, Michigan on 16 October 2019. Mr. Tisdale’s discussion, Utility Innovation and Business Sustainability: Trends Impacting Utility Business Models, addresses current and future trends influencing utility planning and strategies.

The presentation was followed by a panel discussion with utilities and industry stakeholders; a scenario planning exercise, Key discussion points include:

  • Emerging Contaminants Shaping Strategies and Public Perception
  • The Cost of Resiliency
  • Digital Innovation and Technology Solutions
  • The Cost of Water

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